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First thing to do was to check the latest news related to the Michael Brown case who had been fatally wounded by a police officer in Ferguson, back in August. After acquitting the police officer of all charges, a level of unrest was anticipated across the major US cities, especially LA, which we were planning to cross the next day. Although there had been some demonstrations and some minor outbreaks of violence in LA, thankfully it didn't seem too bad. We set off for Santa Monica in ...
... before setting off again, but then popping back to the Love Shack for a better look about. On site they have a greenway bus, converted into a mobile home, made up of all recycled materials and Eco friendly facilities & was very impressive. They sure liked their old buses, another was stocked full of old vinyl records. The court yard was filled with tables, chairs and large ornaments. The art gallery was unique and all created by local artists, some stuff was ...
... from pressed fibreglass. Drove to Venice Beach - saw muscle beach.. It was ok but a little dirty on the streets, and a lot of street vendors. Walked down to Santa Monica beach and pier.. Much nicer, had dinner there and watched the sun set. The pier had a fairground atmosphere with roller coaster, Ferris wheel and other amusement rides. ...
We had intended an earlyish start from Vegas to get back to Santa Monica in good time for dropping the car off but the late night, the bottle of champagne and the blackout blinds in the room put paid to that as we slept in rather late and ended up sailing quite close to the allowed checkout time of 11am! After checking out, we had a swift breakfast at the lobby café – Chelle had wanted an egg McMuffin (all had been forgiven for McDonalds, obviously) but our tardy ...
... no wonder it’s so sticky. EWE, this is gross!”
Babe blends right in, while I try to avoid the occasional beer splashing on me. I don’t enjoy being surrounded by a bunch of slobbering drunks; however, I have to admit, it’s better than getting frostbitten on the motorcycle.
Babalicious and I had a fabulous relationship for two years, and on-and-off for another ...